Researcher Finds Evidence Probiotics May Alleviate Progression of ALS
KCU Researchers Showcase Collaboration on ALS at Local Symposium
World Aids Day: KCU Alum Cautions AIDS Epidemic is Different But Not Defeated
KCU Med Student Research Finds Lack of Funding for Cardiac Arrest
KCU Student Doctor Receives Award for Outstanding Research
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) student Nicolina Smith, was selected from among 143 entrants to receive the American Association of Clinical Anatomists' (AACA) Sandy C. Marks Jr. Student Poster Presentation Award for outstanding research and study, and clarity of presentation. Under the tutelage and guidance of Drs. Anthony Olinger and Larry Segars, KCU Division of Clinical Anatomy, and Dr. Travis Kauffman, UMKC Department of Radiology, Smith presented findings from…
KCU Receives NIH Grant to Study Causes of Microvascular Defects in Heart Disease
Eugene Konorev, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Microbiology of the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) has been awarded a grant totaling over 460-thousand dollars from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study how to stimulate new myocardial blood vessel growth that will alleviate the progression of heart disease.
KCU Hosts Nobel Prize Recipient Dr. Randy Schekman at Annual Research Symposium
Science took center stage in Kansas City this week as Nobel Laureate Dr. Randy Schekman arrived to celebrate the 100-year history of Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) and nurture medical students who will carry on the tradition into the future.
KCU Professor Barth W. Wright, PhD, Co-Authors Scientific Article in Nature Communications
Study finds jaw anatomy, resulting dietary changes in ancient ancestor may have impacted early human development.
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences Researcher Receives Victor E. Speas Foundation Grant
Jingsong Zhou, Ph.D., research investigator and professor of physiology at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCU-COM), received a $165,000 grant from the Victor E. Speas Foundation to support continued study of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Specifically, the grant will support additional work addressing muscle-bone crosstalk in the disease.